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FCC OKs Pantech PG-6200 with fingerprint scanner

Chris Ziegler
July 30, 2006
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For the paranoid among us who find the Diamond Crypto Smartphone a bit out of reach, Pantech's PG-6200 might be just what the doctor ordered. The nondescript clamshell, which dropped not long ago on Pantech's home turf, features a fingerprint scanner to keep the baddies out and just earned the FCC's blessing for a tour of duty stateside. Whether we'll actually see a launch here remains doubtful, but with 20MB of storage, a microSD slot, Bluetooth, and not much else, our (unsecured) hearts aren't exactly broken.

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